The U.S. Pacific Fleet Master Chief led the first overseas MCPON Executive Leadership Symposium, April 18-20.
USNS Brunswick (T-EPF 6) arrived in Tawau, Malaysia, April 21, for the embarked team's third Pacific Partnership 2018 mission stop.
Amphibious Force 7th Fleet
USS Bremerton (SSN 698) departed Pearl Harbor, April 20, bound for Bremerton, Wash., to begin the inactivation and decommissioning process.
The ballistic missile defense (BMD) capable guided-missile destroyer departs San Diego, April 20, to join the Forward Deployed Naval Forces in Japan.
The future USS Portland (LPD 27) will be commissioned during a ceremony in Portland, Oregon, April 21.
The guided-missile destroyer returned to Pearl Harbor, April 18, after a deployment to the Western Pacific with the Carl Vinson Strike Group.
The aircraft carrier successfully completed its tailored ship's training availability (TSTA) and final evaluation problem (FEP) this week.
The amphibious assault ship departed Sasebo, April 18, capping six years of forward-deployed service.
The U.S. Navy in Hawaii is part of a multi-agency team providing relief to hundreds of isolated or displaced residents.
Commander, Naval Surface Group Western Pacific oversees surface ship maintenance, training and certification.
The training improves warfighting proficiency, lethality and interoperability before integrating with the strike group.
U.S. and partner nation personnel supporting the Pacific Partnership mission aboard the U.S. Navy hospital ship arrived in Port Kelang, April 16.